Major: Computer Science
After spending most of his life as a strong runner, Silliman knew right off the bat that this was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.
Nicole Humphries grew up looking up to her older sister, Kristen, who graduated in May 2015. It was Kristen’s experience at Georgia College that paved the way for Nicole.
The stands at Centennial Center were packed as more than 2,600 elementary and middle school students took part in the first Baldwin County Public Schools Day at Georgia College. They cheered as they watched the men’s and women’s basketball games Dec. 16
Senior Ella Anastasiades didn’t always know volleyball would be part of her college story. After visiting Georgia College, her decision to attend the university was clear. But her ambition to be one of the first women on GC’s breakout volleyball team was not.
Soccer has been a constant in incoming freshman Abigail Nearing’s life since she was three-years-old.
Throughout the 2014-2015 academic year, Georgia College Athletics has been on a mission besides putting a “W” on the score sheets. The students worked to raise money for the national Division II philanthropy partner the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Junior Dwight Anderson isn’t accustomed to soaring summer temperatures or hearing the gentle twang of southern accents on a daily basis. The Minnesota transplant came to Georgia College in fall 2014 to finish out his college basketball career.
Junior James Ryden has always been fast. Since the time he was in middle school, he noticed he was faster than his classmates, which prompted him to pursue cross country throughout high school.
The Peach Belt Conference (PBC) announced its Presidential Honor Roll recipients, with 130 Georgia College student-athletes making the list, a school record. The program honors all student-athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or higher for the 2013-14 academic year.